Japan Trains

Japan Trains


Japan Trains is the first application for Android in Romaji that allows us to find train routes and schedules in Japan, in the vein of: Hyperdia, Jorudan...

If you cannot find desired station, you can use % character as wildcard. For example: AZA%BAN will display AZABU-JUBAN station. SHIN%KOBE will display SHIN-KOBE...

Important: Hyperdia has changed stations names, so it is necessary to upgrade. No support will be given unless you upgrade the application to the latest version.

Recent changes:
- New database.
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4.2
User ratings
1086
Installs
100,000+
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File size
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About Japan Trains
Japan Trains is the first application for Android in Romaji that allows us to find train routes and schedules in Japan, in the vein of: Hyperdia, Jorudan...

If you cannot find desired station, you can use % character as wildcard. For example: AZA%BAN will display AZABU-JUBAN station. SHIN%KOBE will display SHIN-KOBE...

Important: Hyperdia has changed stations names, so it is necessary to upgrade. No support will be given unless you upgrade the application to the latest version.

Recent changes:
- New database.

User reviews of Japan Trains
That's what I was searching for! Great application. Hope the timetables stay updated. And it would be nice if in the next version the result could be copied as text or automatically added to the agenda.
Aug 29, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 16, 2015
Great features, interface needs work
A Google User
Feb 11, 2015
Live This App!!! This app has made my life in Japan so much easier! I tell everyone about it and hope that in the future it will be able to show train delays.
A Google User
Feb 9, 2015
very good
A Google User
Jan 28, 2015
the must app
A Google User
Jan 25, 2015
Good app but times off I've been using the app for a couple years and it seems like the times are off anywhere from 2 minutes to 10 minutes sometimes. This really only happens when I go to Tokyo though. It's not so bad in my small town up north.